You are invited to Aluna‘s First Cabaret in support of the 2014 Festival panamerican Routes | RUTAS panamericanas
School’s out for summer and Aluna Theatre is kicking it up with Miss Philomena Flynn-Flawn and her End-of-Year Aluna All-Star Revue!
Over the past year, the Metcalf Foundation has been working with Innovation Fellow Jane Marsland examining the idea of shared platforms, based both on the model that Tides Canada Initiatives has pioneered in environmental and social justice work and on the work done by an array of American fiscal sponsors.
Aluna theatre invites you to join us in Oakville at the beautiful Fair Trade Coffee & Gift Shop, Taste of Colombia, for our monthly event Aluna Café. This month we will be exploring the play The Orgy by Enrique Buenaventura, founder of the New Colombian Theatre and the creación colectiva, collective creation. The Orgy, “This is an orgy of art and memories, it’s not something commercial”
Come and find out with us what this means!
We’re planning a casual, fun-filled evening with all of Factory Theatre’s friends – enjoying mouth-watering food, groovy music and fantastic company.
We think we all deserve a party!
Attention all Charities!!!
SET DEC Pot latch!!!!! Tons of FREE STUFF
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FREE STUFF!! All the left over sets props and other cool stuff from the TV show The Listener are now being away for free!! All charities are welcome to come load up for all the spring FUND RAISING garage sales!! JUST SHOW UP
At Directing in the Performing Arts Summit June 15 to 18, 2013 Humber College, Lakeshore Campus, Toronto
Legendary director Charles Marowtiz will explore the many ways in which Shakespeare has been interpreted in film in his keynote address, Cinematizing Shakespeare, at the Directing in the Performing Arts Summit at Humber College, June 15 – 18. Over the decades Shakespeare has been re-thought, re-written, mocked and transformed according to the taste of the times. From the purity of Lawrence Olivier’s Hamlet to the unique stylings of Baz Lurhmann’s Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare continues to be the inspiration for cinematic interpretation. Marowitz will share his experience and thoughts on the Bard on the big screen on Sunday, June 16th at 4:30 pm.
Our special event in celebration of Tommy is almost here! On Thursday, May 16, we’ll be filling the main lobby of First Canadian Place with one hundred flipping, popping, flashing pinball machines!
Join us between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. for a free game, as well as performances by members of the cast at 12:15 and 1:15 at the Waterfall Stage.
Fringe Kitchen Party: an evening with rebel food guru Fidel Gastro in support of the Toronto Fringe Festival
+ Fringe Kitchen Party – After-Hours
Catch up with what’s cooking at the Toronto Fringe Festival for an evening of food, drinks and fun in support of the 25th anniversary season on June 13 at 6 p.m. at the Centre for Social Innovation (720 Bathurst St.).
Join us for the presentation of the Cayle Chernin Award at the Duke of Gloucester, 649 Yonge St. on Monday May 13 at 6PM.
The Cayle Chernin Award is an annual cash prize of $1000.00 intended to support an emerging or transitioning female artist’s creation, development or production of a new work for the Theatre. The award will be presented by Collette Micks (last year’s winner in film, television and media) and our three finalists are: Kat Sandler, Susanna Fournier and Natasha Greenblatt.
The 14th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf offers an opportunity to take a peek behind the doors of over 150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city on Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26, 2013.